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My mailbox aggregates several Java User Groups and other specialized sources of information about the Java universe, with special guests like CEJUG and the Java EE community. Many of these Java sources are used by consultant companies to hire smart people, and since last year I am reading a desperate growing interest about skilled Java developers. More: few days ago I was having a coffee with...
on Jan 5, 2010


This is probably my shortest blog ever, just to register a mini trick with Hudson. The good news are: you can add Google AdSense to your Hudson frontpage - or any other HTML snippet you want. You can check an example here. The trick is very simple, login in your Hudson frontpage and click on the edit description link on the right top corner of the screen. In the description textbox you can...
on May 15, 2009
After several years of comfortable positions in Brazil I'm revisiting the world of the job hunting. After two months trying job hunting portals - and tired to re-type my CV in several different formats - I started thinking about innovative ways to demonstrate my abilities to the prospective employers. This blog entry is a laboratory about curriculum vitae formats. It discusses the way people...
on May 31, 2006
I'm just moving from my current job to a new challenge: open my own company, as a IT consultant based on my home-office. After drinking coffee for fifteen years on traditional enterprises, I decided to drive my own destination - changing my career in a business perspective. No more hush hour, no more useless meetings and getting dress every morning just to obey an employee traditional...
on Dec 16, 2005